Homefront: The Revolution is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC on May 17. Here’s a new trailer showing more of Philadelphia in 2029, occupied by Korean forces.
Last year, before E3, and back when Dambuster Studios was still called Crytek Nottingham and hadn’t been sold to Deep Silver, I saw a presentation of Homefront: The Revolution in action. I thought it looked fantastic, like an open-world version of Half-Life 2’s City 17.
At Microsoft’s Gamescom conference today, Deep Silver Dambuster has given us a glimpse of the single-player campaign in their upcoming open-world shooter, Homefront: The Revolution, along with a rather nice CG trailer, seen above.
Having not played any of Dying Light or read any of the helpful tip articles explaining how to get started with the free-running zombie survival game, I decided it was the best possible gane to stream while trying out new tech. Probably not. We'll see.
"Is that all hell's got?" Johnny Gat, main character of Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell, would often taunt as I mowed down Satan's demonic hordes. As the game went on, I couldn't help but find myself asking the same question.
Sacred 3 was quietly released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this week, which is never a good sign. Is there more to the shallow sequel than dashed hopes?
Deep Silver sold the film rights for the Dead Island franchise to Lions Gate in 2011, but then nothing happened and the rights reverted to the mothership. Now, Deep Silver is partnering with indie production house Occupant Entertainment to put the film adaptation on the fast track.
In the wake of Crytek's financial troubles, Deep Silver has just acquired the rights to Homefront: The Revolution and will develop the game under a new Nottingham-based studio, the publisher announced today.
Crytek has finally revealed what it’s doing with Homefront, THQ’s last stab at a big-budget shooter: it’s turning it into a free-roaming guerilla warfare FPS. On first impressions, it’s like Homefront meets Far Cry, set in a future Philadelphia dotted with encampments of Korean occupying forces to be photographed with…
My favorite series of Diablo-clones continues on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this summer. To celebrate, here's out first look at Deep Silver's Sacred 3 in action.
Sacred 3 brings its colorful co-op Diablo-esque gameplay to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC this summer. With four-player drop-in, drop-out online multiplayer co-op and two-player splitscreen, Deep Silver's latest foray into the world of Ancaria should be a blast to play with friends and strangers alike. Check out…
Being told someone else owns your 2-million-view video is a sure way to ruin a YouTuber's day. It can also be a real downer for the company supposedly making the claim. Especially if YouTube's bot scanner is making thousands of these infuriating claims on their behalf, all because of a mistake.
See that scantily clad dominatrix? She's your new villain this month in Saints Row IV. You'll be fighting her and her army of sex-workers.
If you find yourself discussing the merits of relationships represented in video games, you'll probably find a lot of people bringing up BioWare games as examples to follow. The Saints Row series doesn't seem like a serious suggestion considering, well, how unserious those games are.
You can't get GTA V on Steam today, but you can get GATV, a pack of downloadable content for Saints Row 4 that seems to have been created just to troll Rockstar.
The Metro: Last Light Developer DLC pack features a fully-stocked shooting range, an AI battle arena, and a museum filled with the game's characters and creatures. There's also a solo mission filled with spiders, so screw that. The pack will release September 17 for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. You can read about…
I've gotta hand it to Saints Row IV. Three bucks for four sound effects (OK, and some weapon skins) is pretty fucking obnoxious, when you think about it. But when you pitch it like a blue-screen ad from a 1980s UHF station, it suddenly becomes hilarious.
I wouldn't be surprised if gameplay glitches like this in Saint's Row IV were completely intentional. If anything, they add even more chaos—in a good way, for those who are not satisfied with items like the Dubstep Gun—to what we already have.